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Rihanna announces her first visual autobiography called “Rihanna”

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From music to movies, beauty to fashion, Rihanna has stepped into the publishing industry as she is set to release her very first visual autobiography.

The Grammy Award-winning artist announced she’ll be releasing her very first visual autobiography called Rihanna on social media yesterday.

The make-up mogul teamed up with Phaidon to produce a 504-page book which features more than 1000 photos of intimate life moments and career highlights.

“Over 5 years in the making… happy to finally share this collection of incredible memories. Thank you to all of the photographers and artists that contributed and to @phaidonsnaps for working with me to publish my first piece of art in a new industry! Make sure you pre-order the book now on therihannabook.com 📚,” she wrote.

 

The Rihanna book is set for release on Oct. 24 for $150. The limited-edition Rihanna: Fenty X Phaidon, will feature black and white photos on the front and back of the book, as well as a bookstand.

Rihanna: Luxury Supreme is bound in bespoke black fabric with a steel logo inset and comes with 18-carat gold plated bookstand with a book cushion.

And then there’s the Rihanna: Ultra Luxury Supreme (which is currently sold out). This edition also features a bespoke black fabric cover and comes with a marble pedestal.

If you are a huge fan of Rihanna and part of her ‘Navy’ with $150 dollars then it’s time you pre-ordered her very first visual autobiography.



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